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  1. The source for accessibility solutions Serving Non-Traditional Students Maria Nicolacoudis, Executive Director John Cavano, Occupational Therapist Jane Tong, Occupational Therapist

  2. By Non-Traditional Students, We mean anyone with Special Needs • Veterans - Students new to a Disability • Aging Population - Students on 2nd or 3rd Career • Business or Alumni – Students off Campus • Disabled Students • Learning Impaired • Sight Impaired • Hearing Impaired • Mobility Impaired

  3. How might this impact current Enrollments? • In California there are nearly 6,000,000 persons with disabilities over the age of 5. • 7.5% of Californians between the ages of 5-20 has a disability, nearly 20% between the ages of 21-64 has a disability, after age 65 over 40% of Californians have a disability. Yet, there are only 10,000+ students who currently receive support services for students with disabilities.

  4. Technology and Training Make the Difference • TransAccess assists individual students with disabilities… • With Proven and Established programs for K-16 and building career plans that are customized for each student • Helping to determine what options are available to them • Integrating onsite and mobile adaptive computer access technology • Providing individual training for both hardware and software accessibility solutions • Resulting in greater success at School and Work • Funded by foundation grants, the Department of Rehabilitation and private pay/fee for service

  5. TransAccess Solutions – Hardware and Software Hearing Impaired • Real-Time Captioning • California Relay Service • Interpreter Services • Text Messaging

  6. Repetitive Strain Injury Alternative Mice Split Keyboards Voice Recognition TransAccess Solutions - Hardware Limited Mobility • Adaptive Switches • Head Pointing • Adjustable Workstations DEMO in EBC

  7. Vision Impairments Magnification Software Screen Reading Software TransAccess Solutions - Software Learning Disability • Kurzweil 3000 • Dragon NaturallySpeaking • Inspiration DEMO in EBC

  8. DEMO in EBC Access Technology Demonstration Kurzweil 3000 and MP3 Surfing the web with Dragon

  9. Summary • There are as many non-traditional solutions as there are non-traditional students needing them • Today’s student is more likely to look toward technology as a potential solution • IT can successfully work with access technology professionals like TransAccess in collaboration with faculty and students to develop successful solutions for non-traditional students

  10. Maria Nicolacoudis Ph: 408-278-2001 Email: marianic@transaccess.org John Cavano Ph: 408-278-2005 Email: jcavano@transaccess.org Jane Tong Ph: 408-278-2003 Email: jane@transaccess.org 1590 The Alameda, Suite 110 San Jose, CA 95126T: 408-278-2000 F: 408-278-2010 www.transaccess.org

  11. Thank you! Please visit the TransAccess Demonstrations in the AT&T Executive Business Center